"United We Stand, Divided We Fall," symbolizes the relationship between the frontiersman and the statesman depicted on the seal of the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Popular belief claims that the buckskin-clad man on the left is Daniel Boone, who was largely responsible for the exploration of Kentucky, and the man in the suit on the right is Henry Clay, Kentucky's most famous statesman. The motto on the patch comes from the lyrics of an American Revolution tune called "The Liberty Song."
Everything you need to relax is included in one compact, lightweight, portable package. The fully embroidered Kentucky patch is sewn directly to the hammock bag and is visible when the hammock is set up and when it's packed up. Next-generation cinch buckles glide effortlessly along the included tree straps for unlimited adjustability.
Don't fumble with carabiners and be forced to pick and choose where to clip your hammock. With the Infinity Buckles and Straps, you can adjust the hammock right up to the tree or all the way out to the far ends of the straps.